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Pomegranate bloom

Punica granatum


Pomegranate tree flowers are up to 1 inch across and 2 inches long. They are red and tubular with five to eight petals and are produced singly or in small groups at the end of the branches. The pomegranate tree has a narrow central trunk and is prone to branching, often looking more like a shrub than an erect tree. The leaves are leathery and up to 4 inches long. The branches grow in a downward arc from the trunk. Read more: Pomegranate Tree Information |


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Texas, USA

Spotted on Apr 4, 2013
Submitted on Apr 16, 2013


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